Murata’s cheerleader robots make US dancing debut at CES 2017
The diminutive robots are each furnished with five ultrasonic microphones and four infrared sensors, installed in their honchoes, so that they never bump into each other whilst dancing.
Each robot also has a communication module to communicate its data to a central limitation arrangement, where the relative castes of each robot are handled.
The rubber-coated metal sphere beneath each robot is the traveling device. Three gyro sensors- same to those used in the electronic stability control systems of vehicles- identify the direction the body is leaning toward. The robot then moves in that tack. Body alignment persists straight and stable, courtesy of the inverted pendulum limitation technology.
The synchronization of the implementation of its is controlled by software algorithms.